UCLA researchers examine the lessons that can be learned from the celebrity cougar and ponder how wildlife can live and thrive in urban areas.
UCLA faculty can offer expertise on a variety of international topics.
The winter-themed event will feature iceless skating for attendees, figure skating performances by two UCLA students, poetry-on-demand and student musical performances.
As fall turns to winter, Black Friday, time with relatives, New Year’s resolutions, layoffs, and an energy crisis are top of mind. UCLA has experts.
The evening will be hosted by Evan Kleiman of KCRW’s “Good Food” and include celebrity and UCLA dining chefs as well as the UCLA teaching kitchen lead instructor.
Senator María Elena Durazo and assemblymembers Sabrina Cervantes and Wendy Carrillo will join UCLA’s Sonja Diaz and Veronica Terriquez.
UCLA faculty weigh in on some of the nation’s most pressing issues in the run-up to Election Day.
UCLA faculty members are available to comment on a wide variety of topics affecting Native American and Indigenous communities.
As elections approach to determine who will lead Los Angeles, UCLA experts are available to provide insight into issues that top voters’ concerns.
A daytime farmers market will be followed by a nighttime block party filled with music and entertainment, breakdancing and magic.
UCLA’s annual volunteer day expands this year as Serve LA 2022, uniting more than 2,000 Bruins and Trojans in more than 60 volunteer projects across L.A and around the world.
More than 10,000 first-year students to experience True Bruin Welcome for the first time as school year begins
Media are welcomed to campus as UCLA kicks off its first quarter of full in-person instruction since March 2020.
“Moment of Reflection” will be displayed in UCLA’s Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden from April 19-24.
“La Memoria de la Tierra: UCLA” depicts the history and memory of the land now occupied by UCLA’s campus.
The event showcases new technologies in the medical industry and brings together industry stakeholders to help further innovations.
Dec. 11 UCLA Labor Center building to be named in honor of civil rights champion Rev. James Lawson Jr.
The program will include remarks from local and state legislative and community leaders, music and an unveiling of a sign bearing Lawson’s name.